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April 15, 2022Art of the Stack

It’s time to start personalizing your stack with layered meaning. Let our newest coin pendants take you on a journey and follow the symbol that speaks to you. (Or, collect them all. You make the rules.)

We asked our team to tell us about the pieces that resonate with them the most—and how they’re adding them to their everyday stacks. Read on to hear more about how these symbolic pendants were the most intentional additions to their everyday rotation of chains.



@catherinellaine wears Boyfriend Bold Chain Necklace, Strength: Rose Coin Pendant, Baby Curb Chain Necklace, Balance: Terra Coin Pendant Necklace, Wishbone Stacker Set, Marawa Heirloom Ring Prasiolite and Pavé Diamond Slim Signet

SAMANTHA FRANKLIN, CONTENT COORDINATOR ON THE RESILIENCE: SCARAB COIN PENDANT

“I have always been fascinated by Ancient Egypt, especially the Scarab motif that symbolizes renewal and rebirth. I can speak for myself when I say that the last couple of years have been a constant lesson in challenging limiting beliefs and triumphing over the unknown.”

How to stack it: “I would stack the Resilience: Scarab Coin Pendant on our Serpentine Chain Necklace with the Bold Large Hoops, and Pavé Diamond Slim Signet Ring.”

@diamondalicia_ wears Boyfriend Bold Chain Necklace, Strength: Rose Coin Pendant, Courage: Evil Eye Coin Pendant, Bold Vermeil Bangle and Thin Dôme Ring

LANDON PEOPLES, SENIOR CONTENT MANAGER ON THE STRENGTH: ROSE COIN PENDANT

“I’m most drawn to the rose pendant—not just because it situates a part of nature that feels innately feminine surrounded by edgier, harsher thorns, but because it reminds me of my late mother. My mom used to love roses, planting them around our family home and the bookstore she owned with my grandpa. It’s why I try to keep fresh roses in my own home, wear rose fragrances, use rose oils, etc. So it feels like I’m taking a bit of her with me and makes this particular piece in my jewelry collection feel that much more personal.”

How to stack it: “I find it sits best on the Boyfriend Bold Chain, which gives more of those juxtaposition vibes (an energy I feel fits best with most outfits, casual or dressed up).”

Featured at left: Balance: Terra Coin Pendant and Resilience: Scarab Coin Pendant Necklace; At right, @catherinellaine wears Boyfriend Bold Chain NecklaceStrength: Rose Coin PendantBaby Curb Chain NecklaceBalance: Terra Coin Pendant Necklace and Marawa Heirloom Ring Prasiolite 

SAVANA GRAY, INTERMEDIATE COPYWRITER ON THE COURAGE: EVIL EYE COIN PENDANT

“Being half Middle Eastern means there’s a lot of evil eye jewelry in my household. My mom and grandmother gave me a hand painted pendant when I was younger and it’s a symbol I’ve always leaned on. With each new piece of evil eye jewelry I collect, I’ve come to realize I turn to it for protection, reassurance, and when I want to feel closer to them. This coin pendant reminds me it’s more than a cultural element—it’s a feeling of connection.”

How to stack it: “I’d pair this with the Long Chain Necklace, stacked with the Drawn Cable Chain Necklace and the Harris Two-Tone Convertible Link Earrings to keep the mixed metals cohesive.”

@catherinellaine wears Boyfriend Bold Chain NecklaceStrength: Rose Coin PendantBaby Curb Chain NecklaceBalance: Terra Coin Pendant Necklace and Pavé Diamond Slim Signet


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